Membership for schools
Associate Watch is a membership scheme for schools and their environment and gardening clubs. It enables them to become part of the national Wildlife Watch network, which is the junior branch of the Wildlife Trusts.
How can it work for your school?
Many schools have after school or lunch time gardening and environment clubs. Becoming an Associate Member of the Trust means that you will have access to national and local resources that will help you bring nature alive for your group.
What are the benefits of joining?
- a member's pack full of badges and booklets for your group
- a series of downloadable, full of fun activities that your club or class can do each term
- Wildlife Watch magazine, especially designed for children and are packed with wildlife articles, stories, quizzes and pull outs
- Link magazine - written specifically for adults planning wildlife and environmental activities with children
- Cumbrian Wildlife - our county magazine keeping you up to date with our work in Cumbria
How much does it cost?
£57 per year
How can I join?
Please contact Jamie Normington, Senior Education and Volunteer Officer, on 01539 816300 or email email@example.com